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Thursday, July 21, 2005

Rioters Gassed By Police

CBS News RAW: Riot police used tear gas on demonstrators in Kenya's capital during the third day of protests over proposed constitutional amendments that would retain vast presidential powers.

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Reporter Shoved On Tape

CBS News RAW: NBC reporter Andrea Mitchell shrieks after being shoved by Sudanese security while meeting with government leaders and traveling to a refugee camp in the Darfur province.

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Saddam Appears Before Tribunal

CBS News RAW: Saddam Hussein answered questions during an investigative session conducted by the Iraqi Special Tribunal in Baghdad on Thursday. NO AUDIO.

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London Bombing Details

CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from the scene of one of the incidents in London.

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London Terror Alert

John Roberts reports the London police commissioner has confirmed that four explosions occurred in the Underground (subway) and on a bus.

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Eye On London

CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer gives an update on London after the most recent terror incident to target the transportation system there.

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Eyewitness To Train Evacuation

Jimmy Connors, a commuter who was present when authorities evacuated trains in London's Underground stations, gave CBS News an eyewitness account via phone.

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Reaction From The White House

The White House is keeping an eye on the incidents in London and offering whatever help it can. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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Terror Expert On Incidents

Terrorism expert Neil Livingstone commented via phone on the evacuation of three subway stations, and buses in London.

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London Explosions Confirmed

London police confirm explosions in four locations, three in the London Underground and one on a double-decker bus. CBS News' Richard Roth has more.

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At The Warren Street Station

CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer gives a firsthand report of what's happening at London's Warren Street Station as authorities report incidents in central London.

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London Bomb Repeat?

CBS News' Richard Roth reports on evacuations in three London Underground stations following reports of incidents. Emergency services have also responded to a report of a bus incident.

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Leads On London Terror Head

London authorities have named a British man who they believe organized the London terror bombings. CBS News' Richard Roth reports police used cellular phone records.

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Low Threat Of Dem Filibuster

A group of moderate senators is predicting there won't be any Democratic filibusters to throw a big roadblock in John Roberts nomination process. Alison Harmelin has more.

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Roberts On The Charm Offensive

Judge John Roberts has been meeting and talking with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who will be voting on his nomination for the Supreme Court. CBS News' Joie Chen reports.

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New Twist In Plame Case

A portion of a State Department memo written two years ago and now at the center of the CIA leak controversy was classified, meaning that leaking it could be a crime. Gloria Borger reports.

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Scuffling Incidents In Sudan

Condoleezza Rice went to Sudan to express U.S. concern over the refugee crisis in the Darfur region. But her mission was overshadowed by some ugly moments in Sudan's capital, David Hawkins reports.

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Patriot Act Debate On Hill

On the day of an attempted attack in London, Congress was in a hot debate in Washington over the nation's anti-terror laws. Joie Chen reports.

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Evening News Online

Thursday: Chilling replay in London, new twist in Plame case and robodogs in demand.

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Sudanese Rough Up Rice's Party

When Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was about to visit Sudan's president, U.S. officials and reporters in her entourage were manhandled.

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London Subways Evacuated

Three London Underground stations were evacuated after reports of incidents of unknown origin, Richard Roth reports.

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Big 3 Automakers In Price War

The big three automakers are in a summer pricing war, sparked by General Motors' successful 'employee discount' program. Early Show Financial Adviser Ray Martin has details.

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Dieting With Crystal Meth

Women of all ages are taking the dangerously addictive and illegal drug crystal meth to lose weight. The Early Show's Melinda Murphy has the story of one girl's battle.

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Spinning The Economy

Is the economy in good shape? What you think can depend a lot on who you are, what experts you're listening to and whether you or someone you know is out of work. Trish Regan reports.

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